Tag: Catholicism in China

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Catholicism in China

For those of us in the Protestant community who are engaged in serving the church in China, it is easy to focus on our corner of Christianity, however it may be defined, and completely miss the Catholic experience. This webinar helps broaden our understanding.

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The Never Ending March

A Book Review

A detailed, yet thoughtful, discussion of the history and political circumstances of the Catholic Church in China.

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China and the Vatican

After decades of a rift, things seem to be moving swiftly towards some type of agreement. But what is driving this, and why now?

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The Catholic Experience in China

Notes from the US China Catholic Bureau Conference held August 11-13 in New York City.

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Is Confucianism a Religion or an Ethical System?

The Debate Goes On

In the 17th and 18th centuries there was a dispute between Jesuit and Dominican missionaries in China about whether or not Chinese converts should be allowed to continue practicing traditional rites and ceremonies that were rooted in Confucianism, such as ancestor worship. The Jesuits said they should be allowed; the Dominicans said no.